Bombay cat - Cats breeds | Pets

Posted by pets | 4 July 2011


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Bombay. Credit © Chanan Photography

The term Bombay cat used to refer to two different breeds of cats , known as the British Bombay and the American Bombay.

The Bombay is a black cat. Absolutely black.

The bombay is the creation of the nurturer Nikki Horner, He proposed, in the Decade of 1950, produce a Black Panther in miniature. Using black American shorthair cats by the color and the Burmese marta for the complexion, He managed to produce muscular cats with glossy black hair and eyes copper in the Decade of 1960; the race was formally recognized in 1976.

However, the bombay, This is still rare, especially outside of North America, It has not been recognized by registries in Europe, and in Great Britain, bombay refers to a black Asian short hair.

In appearance the bombay diverges from its appearance Burmese origin, especially in the shape of the head, It may be result of playback to avoid lineages associated with deformity of the skull of the Burmese. The layer is attached to the body and has a texture ranging from medium to fine as silk. You must always have the feature that makes it shine in patent leather. The hair, well attached to the body as a satin gown is short or medium.

The gregarious bombay looking for warm weather and company human when you can, standing in the lap of someone.

He has a nice voice and characteristic.

Big eyes, rounded and widely spaced.

Average life expectancy: Approx.. 13-15 years.

British Bombay:

The British Bombay cat is the name given to the cats black of the Asian Group.

It's a type of Burma of greenish eyes cat.

The black color, smooth and shiny due to the roots, with null pale. The Bombay is a breed of domestic short hair cat, closely related to Burmese.

Breeds of cats: Bombay

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